Caregivers are expected to be in short supply, but will the state-led minimum wage increases attract new talent or lessen families’ access to caregivers? Read about my opinion in the post below:
If you’re searching for a caregiver, chances are you will hear a few companies quote rates that are approximately five dollars per hour lower than their competition. In this post, I explain why some firms charge lower hourly rates and why cheaper is not always better.
If you’ve searched “not-for-profit vs for-profit senior living communities” on Google, then you’ll know the search results are filled with posts from blogs on not-for-profits’ websites. You also may believe that not-for-profits, or nonprofits, are more genuine senior living communities. Be careful, the argument is not as simple as the nonprofits make it seem. Here’s why:
If you know someone who has had a surgery, you may know that when they first heard that they needed the procedure, they were bummed out. Chances are they got a second opinion in case another source gave them hope that there was an alternative. Similarly, anyone should get a second opinion before choosing a senior care provider. Here's why:
The US used to have more multi-generational households than there are today. Several generations under one roof made for a symbiotic relationship among the family members. For instance, the elders preserved the traditions of the family, shared their wisdom with the young, and provided caregiving to the infants.